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we are kicking off day seven of the wawa welcome america celebration on independence mall this morning, here is a live look outside. crews will be setting up for the historic philadelphia block party that is expected later on today. we'll take you there live for a preview in a few moments. train krubl coutrouble coul your commute. why septa is taking new trains off the tracks. this weekend, we're keeping a close on eye on the weather. who here is a live look over the delaware river. we do have rain in the forecast. don't worry, though, we have you
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covered with what you need to know. good morning, thanks for being with us. it is 9:00 on this sunday. i did mention rain. it is in the forecast. let's get to meteorologist erika mart martin. she ae take us through it. >> we already have reports of some light precip making it to the ground. doppler radar picking it up. notice that it's not bad right now, but we are already seeing an increase in those clouds, that southerly flow. cape may county, cumberland county, getting reports, dover air force base, light precip as well, including patchy fog, being mindful of this this morning. tennessee valley, it will continue to work its way east ward. the issue is that we also have a stalled frontal boundary. that boundary will eventually become a warm front, continue to work its way northward, and then it looks like we have a cold front right behind that.
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a very complicated forecast that we've been working on for you here at nbc 10, and of course, if you follow us on social media, facebook and twitter, we'll give you more details, but no matter how you slice it, rain showers in the forecast for tomorrow, but just how wild will it get, i have details coming up in a bit. >> thanks, erika. what better place to accept celebrate america's birthday than independence hall. wawa welcome america festivities continue with a free block party and live concert, including patriotic music. matt delucia is live on independence mall to fill us in. >> reporter: three hours ago, if you were watching us earlier, you saw this area dead, but not any more. a lot of tourists showing up, for this historic weekend and it will only get busier as the day goes on. independence hall, the stage is set for tonight's performance by
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the philly pops and in the last hour, we walked around to see what is going on right now. look at the long line to get into the independence visitor center. they opened at 8:30, but there was a good crowd waiting to get in. we see city workers and crews, wawa welcome america to get the tents set up. starting at 1:00, there will be a seven hour long block party right here in this historic spot. food truck, music, fun things to do. and then at 8:00, that performance by the philly pops. we've seen a lot of red, white and blue as you can imagine. flags waiving and people coming from all over to show off their patriotism. >> came here, and want to make sure we took the time to see the sights here in america's birthplace on america's birthday. >> reporter: so here is the run down of events for wawa welcome america. the historic block party from 1:00 to 8:00, philly pops take
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the stage after that, and free museum day at the barnes foundation and pay as you wish at the philadelphia museum of art. as we take a live look at independence mall, there is an important note, there are road closures to take note of. you see market street is open, b 59 and 6th are closed. that's between market and chestnut on 5th and 6th between arch and chestnut. they will be closed to vehicles until midnight, but you can feel free to walk around here. people are already showing up and we're expecting a lot more to come. nbc 10 news. the u.s. army band concert thrilled the crowd apt penn's landing. nbc 10 was there, as people packed the waterfront, many arrived hours ahead of time to stake out their spots. the holiday concert honored our
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troops giving special meaning to the evening and of course fire works capped it off. it is all part of the wawa welcome america festival. the stage is literally set for the big wawa welcome america july 4th concert. here is a little look over the ben franklin park way. the music starts tomorrow at 5:00 in the afternoon. that's a little bit earlier than in years past, so keep it in mind. it's five hours of live free music starting at 5:00 in the afternoon. now, if you can't make it down to the parkway, you can always watch the show on air on nbc 10. also on our sister station, telemundo 62. we'll be bringing you the spectacular fireworks show live at 10:00. there is plenty of work that goes into wawa welcome america during tomorrow's independence day parade, the floats will bring both philly and july 4th pride right to the parade route. drew smith come up with the construction crews making it happen. >> reporter: every measurement has to be made just right on
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eight different floats. >> i still want to cut these polls. >> totdd is the independence da producer. >> really the most special fourth of july in the entire country. >> reporter: his crew is busy making sure each display will be ready to roll. in front of 80,000 people monday morning. and they know the significance of this parade route. >> there is not one other parade that can process in front of the exact building where the declaration of independence was signed. >> reporter: each of the floats this year celebrate something with a strong connection back to philadelphia. this one is for the ame church on its 50th anniversary. >> every neighborhood is represented. every diversity is represented. every ethnicity is represented. >> reporter: you'll also see tributes to the national parks service and the lgbt community. >> we are a melting pot, the birthplace, come celebrate.
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>> reporter: bringing the celebration to you to what makes philadelphia special. drew smith, nbc 10 news. we have you covered for the wawa welcome festivities. you can live stream the event and check out everything wawa has to offer with the nbc 10 app. now to use from a our jersey shore bureau. we have more information about a boating accident that killed a father and his 8-year-old son this holiday weekend. it happened yesterday afternoon along the somber's point. here is a picture of the jet skis. state place say they collided after rounding a sharp curve from opposite directions. the father and son were from maryland. investigators tell us the boy was closest to the controls. a woman driving the other jet ski was injured with a broken wrist. in other news this morning, charges are now filed against a second person in the case of a
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4-year-old girl who accidentally shot and killed herself in north philadelphia in her home about a week ago. demetrius williams, the by friend of the mother faces an involuntary manslaughter charge as well as weapons vyings. police say williams illegally owned the gun that killed 4-year-old sona holmes, the mother is charged with murder, manslaughter and child endangerment. she lied to investigators and didn't call for help for hr daughter right away. homes and her boyfriend are in jail, being held without bail. a celebration of life service was held for the little girl yesterday at united missionary baptist church. according to police, she found the handgun in a second floor bedroom closet. she was buried in feasterville. later on today, we expect an update from septa about their plans to take a third of its trains off the rails. there is a structural problem making them dangerous and it
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come tuesday morning, there be big chances to the schedule. changes this afternoon. the transit agency needs to repair about 120 of its new silverliner five train cars. a representative from the delaware valley association of rail passengers spoke to us via skype and told us that septa briefed him on the specific problems with the train cars. take a listen. >> the problem with the cars is the trucks which are the s assemblies that hold the wheels and axles. it found structural defects. >> septa says the outage should not affect monday's fourth of july schedule. the issue may be for tuesday, the 5th. we have detailed information on the train model involved with this problem right now on the nbc 10 app. also on app, you'll be able to
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get the latest information from this afternoon's briefing from septa. 9 minutes after 9:00 on this sunday, a bomb hits a busy baghdad market, killing 80 people and wounding 160 others. we've new details and who is claiming responsibility. and hillary clinton, she is talking to the feds. we'll have more with her interview with the fbi.
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good morning, i'm meteorologist erika martin, and it is all about those showers headed our way from south to north, already seeing developing clouds, farther south we're seeing a more overcast skies with reports of some patchy fog
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and light rain already. so futurecast, starting this right now, because i want to show you what to expect for the next couple of hours as we get it going, notice we're seeing a little break in the showers, so not much going farther north. however, i do want to tell you a few things. low pressure system to the west, and that system is really strong. i also expect a front that is stalled out right now to turn into a warm front and buckle just a little bit. so these showers will get here earlier. this is by tomorrow, just afternoon. notice the showers are moving from west to east here and even though we're not pigging up anything locally in philadelphia, we're seeing light scattered showers at best. i do think this will time out about one hour earlier, so heads up on that. more importantly, as we continue to get this into motion, futurecast is picking up on the threat of some isolated thunderstorms after 7:00, 8:00 p.m. tomorrow. so that's something to keep in mind. keep the umbrella as handy.
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follow us on social media and i'll see you in a bit. today, a celebration of history in philadelphia. statue will be unveiled at mother bethel ame church in society hill in honor of richard allen. he started the church, the statue dedication after an 80 mile torch run. the church holds its general conference starting this wednesday at the convention center, with some 30,000 people from around the world expected to attend. just about quarter after 9:00 on this sunday, still to come on nbc news today. this morning, we're learning about a well liked and well-known couple, killed in a delaware house fire. why investigators say their fourth of july plans may be to
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blame for the blaze.
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in this morning, quite a rude awakening for neighbors in philadelphia. ym water from a broken main cascading down the street. the water main broke open about 5:00 this morning. fortunately, nobody had to be evacuated. crews will be fixing the probably throughout the day. now to our decision 2016 coverage. this weekend, fbi agents interviewed hillary clinton, the presumptive democratic nominee about her use of a private e-mail server when she was secretary of state.
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nbc's chris pallone reports. >> reporter: no campaign appearances for hillary clinton or donald trump. both had other business to take care of. clinton spending three and a half hours at fbi headquarters in washington, speaking with investigators about her use of a private e-mail server while she was secretary of state. the year long investigation is looking into whether anyone broke the law by mishandling sensitive information. after the interview, clinton spoke by phone with nbc's chuck todd. >> i was please today have a chance to sit down and answer their questions today to try to help bring this to a conclusion. >> the interview comes a day after loretta lynch said she would let the career prosecutors decide the case, after critics slammed her for meeting privately with bill clinton. >> i certainly wouldn't do it again. and you know, because i think it has cast a shadow. >> reporter: republican donald trump has pounced on it. >> he happened to be at the
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airport it. think of it. happened to be at the airport. talking about golf and grandchildren. >> reporter: he spent saturday looking at potential running mates, meeting up with indiana governor pence and newt gingrich and chris christie are also on his short list. >> we're not placing any emphasis on that. that's his call. he has to make up his mind. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: republican national convention opens in a little more than two weeks. chris pallone, nbc news. we have new video this morning of this brush fire in hawaii. take a look. flames broke out yesterday on the island of maui. so far, the fire has burned an area of land about the size of the city of camden. there are no reports of anybody hurt. that's the good news here. emergency crew did have to lift people off of hiking trails in the path of the flames. firefighters try to get full
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control using hoses and helicopter drops. three firefighters are hurt after trying to put out a fire near los angeles. they're pecks kted to be okay. this brush fire in san bernardino yesterday, and crews eventually got a handle on it. one minor injury, treating one neighbor more smoke inhalation. >>announcer: your nbc 10 first alert weather. good morning, erika martin. we had a sunnier start to the day. clouds developing quickly, already having reports of patchy fog farther south. dover air force base reported rain and keep in mine the roads are slick. holiday outlook also include fourth of july, thick, soupy skies. we're tracking the potential for scattered rain showers for the first part of the day and for
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fire work tomorrow night, we do have the threat of rain. be sure to look at the bottom of the screen. satellite and radar so important right now. everything we're getting is west to east. it is developing over the tennessee valley. we have a high pressure system sitting over pennsylvania, but it will retreat just a bit and then head ease ward out to shore, off to sea, rather. what we will start to be will be a stationary boundary converting to a warm front which means warm southerly air increasing clouds, thick and soupy throughout the day, increasing dew points as well. it will turn into a cold front and that will be the trigger mechanism to think about for tomorrow night. so no matter how you slice it, i do recommend umbrella when you head out tomorrow, because it looks like you will see scattered showers. wind speed is another story. they're variable, not much going on and notice how calm they are.
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as i get it into motion, you'll start to see a southerly flow. this is providing us with that warmer, muggy air. once the cold front moves in tomorrow night that could possibly trigger an isolated thunderstorm, especially late tomorrow into tuesday. otherwise, a live look outside the clouds, they're getting thick and soupy, so a lot to talk about as far as that's concerned. it looks like at least the tem tours are not going to get too warm today. staying mainly in the upper 70s, low 80s and plenty of clouds in the forecast. as i reported earlier, light showers along the shoreline. 9:00 a.m., that's your time stamp as we get it going, clouds moving in quickly. i actually i think would give this about an hour ahead as far as this goes, so i think we'll see the showers earlier in the day tomorrow. a little bit of a break, and then that's when the stronger showers start to come in later on into the evening hours and notice the yellows and oranges,
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those are embedded thunderstorms. so that's something to think about, and of course, you can follow us on social media for more updates. back to you, rosemary. >> thank you, erika. checking in on this wednesday's child, he has the ability to bring out the kid in everyone. he is a boy in need of a little tlc. nbc 10 i objentroduces us to sa >> david fosters is a popular location for gamers, and the perfect spot to spend a day with wednesday's child. he shares my passion for competition. here we go. it doesn't matter whether it is hoops, or hockey, if it is ski ball, we're on it. he loves competing in sports and even had a surprise for me. >> who is your fair rit team?
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this weekend, the world is mourning the death of nobel laureate and holocaust survivor elie wiesel. he survived nazi concentration camp. he came to the u.s. in the 1950s. he became an activest against big gov tr bigot bigotry. he was 87 years old. the time is 9:28 on sunday, 73 degrees outside the nbc studios. still figuring out your plans for the fourth. the wawa welcome american festivities continued to with more free fun.
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we're celebrating america's 240th birthday with a block party at independence hall.
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the cradle of liberty. here is a live look at the mall right now, as they're getting ready for this afternoon's events. wawa america's festival continues, and we'll have a live preview. enjoy your time now, because we do have wet weather on the way. i'm sure you've seen the clouds outside. don't worry, it won't be a wash-out. we'll have more in the neighborhood forecast. good morning, this is nbc 10 today. i'm rosemary connors. it is just after 9:30 on this sunday. all right, we know everybody is making their plans around the weather, so let's get to the weather. >> i would recommended to over tomorrow, unfortunately. a live look outside, the clouds getting thick and soupy and current temperatures are mild. we don't expect warmer temperatures until tuesday or wednesday, but be sure to look at the bottom of the screen for your local neighborhood forecast.
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philadelphia, 73, trenton and coatsville, low 70s, dover, 64 degrees. it is all about the cooler temperatures and expected rain showers, already getting reporting of in cape may and cumberland county. coming up, we'll talk about what to expect forest of today and the july 4th. i'll see you in a bit and don't forget to follow us on social media. >> thank you, erika. the wawa welcome america festival continues today throughout this city. let's take a live look at the philadelphia museum of art, where folks will be able to visit the museum today for free. or pay as you wish day, so it could be as little as a penny. it will be free at the baerns foundation, a lot of events happening throughout the city. again, from museums to music, we have you covered. let's go to nbc 10 matt delucia, he is live along independence mall, where there will be a big
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block party. >> reporter: you mentioned the keyword, free. that's the big thing down here at independence hall. a lot of the folks are coming in for the block party, also visiting some of the museums in the independence visitor's center. you see some of the many stages right in front of the liberty ball. we have also seen people filing through here, getting ready, getting their spot for the events later on today. and take a look in the last hour and a half or so, some video here, we walked around to see what's going on. there is a long line to get into the independence visitor center. this he opened up at 8:30, but we saw a good crowd waiting in line to get in. we've also seen a lot of city workers and crews from wawa welcome america, they've been getting the tents set up, there were barricades around the blocks and streets here. the block party starts at 1:00, a few hours from now, lasting for seven hours.
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fun things to do. several of the food trucks pulling up here, getting set up and ready to go. and later on tonight, 8:00, we'll have a performance by the philly pops. we've been talking to people all over the country really to show off pair patriotism. >> this is fantastic, to be here on the fou julrth of weekend is terrific. >> here is the run down of the events. the historic philadelphia block party, from 1:00 to 8:00. phil philly pops on stage and free at the barnes museum and enjoy the art, enjoy the block party, food, the food trucks are all set up. you see the folks getting in the tourism and their walk around here at independence hall. it is important to note here, there are closures in effect
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right now. so take note here. 5th street between market and chestnut, as well as 6th street and arch and chestnut, they will be closed until midnight tonight. there are also closures tomorrow. this will be a very busy area over the next 24 to 36 hours. we're live at independence hall. i'm matt delucia. last night's welcome america's event featured the u.s. army band concert and fireworks show that thrilled the crowd on penn landing. the delaware river was the backdrop as they struck up some patriotic tunes. thousands of people packed the waterfront. they showed up hours in advance, because they wanted to claim their spots, get a front row seat. the holiday show honored our troops, which made the evening special for a lot of folks. >> in eight years, i've never been down here for a concert. >> i like the weekend, a lot more to see and do, a lot more
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of the city to feel out. >> to stay here and listen to music, and have a good time. >> reporter: franklin, the 76ers mascot delighted the crowd by taking over as guest conductor, and the fireworks set off from a barge in the delaware. last night's fireworks show is a taste of much more to come. the big wawa welcome america july 4th fireworks show caps off tomorrow. if you can't make it down to the parkway, remember, just watch live on air tomorrow night at 10:00 right here on nbc 10. that show will follow the wawa welcome america july 4th concert on the parkway, featuring five hours of live music. the performances start tomorrow afternoon at 5:00, so it's earlier than in years past. get down there to the parkway at 5:00. you got five hours of free live music. you can't beat it. we'll be sharing that on nbc 10 and telemundo 62.
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let's take a live look at the concert stage on the ben franklin park way. nbc 10 is the official sponsor of the events. this year's go forth and learn celebration is honoring philadelphia's police athletic league. yesterday. mayor kenney youth organization, we were on hand to salute the volunteers. wawa donated $10,000 to the newly extended summer programs. remember, nbc 10 and telemundo 62 are your home for wawa welcome america. you can get a full list of the rest of the weekend right now on the nbc 10 app. 9:38 on this sunday, the big one strikes at daytona and takes out some big names along the way. that's just ahead in sports.
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good morning, i'm meteorologist erika martin and right behind me, you can see developing clouds as we talked about earlier. in fact, all morning long, a southerly flow means increasing clouds, increasing moisture in the atmosphere and the winds are calm, but increase in dew point as well. it will feel muggy out there soon enough. right now, temperatures are mainly in the 70s. low 70s, few mid to upper 60s, so not the warmest day on tap. it gets warmer on tuesday, into wednesday. we're tapping out in the high 70s, low 80s. it looks like cape may, dover air force base did report light fog and rain as well. so of course, if you follow us on social media, you'll get more updates on that. if you look at the bottom of the screen, you will a he see your neighborhood forecast. futurecast and what to expect for the fourth of july.
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rch now to decision 2016, hillary clinton's presidential hopes could be in the hands of the fbi. they interviewed her yesterday for her use of private e-mail while she was secretary of state. clinton's campaign called it a voluntary interview. agents questioned the presumptive democrat nominee for nearly four hours in washington. afterwards, clinton spoke exclusively to "meet the press" mott ra moderator, chuck today. >> i will continue to be as forthcoming as i can and the answers i first gave more than a your ago, i stand by. >> you'll hear more of the exclusive interview on "meet the press" later on this morning at 10:30. donald trump in the meantime is reacting on twitter, pre-dicking crimin
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predicting criminal charges. newt gingrich, being vetted as a possible running mate. >> six or eight people to look at, and in the end, it's up to mr. trump. >> trump is in line to become the republicanujh nominee at t convention in cleveland. the countdown is on for the democratic national convention here in philadelphia. the dnc starts 22 days from now, on july 25th. 9:43 on this sunday, just studios. the question is, can they keep it going. coming up next in sports. we're wired differently.
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eye wra iraqi officials say it was a car bomb. explosions happened while families were breaking their daylight fast for the holy month of ramadan. isis has claimed responsibility. this morning, we know an american is one of the victims killed in the terror attack in bangladesh. 20 hostages were killed inside a restaurant in the capitol city of dahki. they to recite versuses from the koran. six of the tackers were killed when government forces eventually stormed the restaurant. another was arrested. after that latest round of terror attacks in bangladesh, turkey and orlando, authorities are on high alert this holiday weekend. morgan rad forth has more about travel concerns on the air and on the road.
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>> reporter: the nation's largest city and busiest airports, heavily guarded by armed officers. >> it feels more secure, you know, it really does. i don't have eyes in the back of my head, but it feels good to know someone is watching, and looking out for us. >> reporter: trained canines at lax, with a record 1.2 million travelers. >> we flew early this morning to beat the rush. >> reporter: and you'll have uniform and ununiformed officers. >> you're see them working with dhs, and the airport police as well. >> reporter: at jfk airport in new york, travelers say they're not afraid. >> this isn't stop you? >> it is not. >> we live with the world as it is today and live with the risks and what happens, so we go about our living and live our lives and travel and go where we go and do what we do. >> reporter: but while many focused on terrorism in the sky,
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the real threat may be in the car. july 4th being one of the deadliest days on the road. packed highways, slowed down by accidents like this one in florida, where a bus and semi truck collided, killing five people and injuring 25 more. the tallahassee democrats capturing the aftermath. >> i've never seen anything of this magnitude, especially this number of fatalities. >> reporter: on the road or in the air, a call for caution and security, as we remember our freedom. >> that was in. bc's moran radford reporting. extra police will be around the region, watching for people speeding and for people driving drunk. good morning, i'm meteorologist erika martin and we're tracking the developing clouds and those scattered showers for parts of cape may county. right now, picking up on a three hour loop, notice everything is moving in from west to east, we
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have a southerly flow, so lots of moisture in the atmosphere, you can see the green, denoting showers, not really developed, and so that's good news, not a total wash-out. we do have lots of clouds in the forecast. current temperatures are pretty comfortable. 73 in philadelphia, 70 trenton, and vine land, 66. through tomorrow, temperatures will stay in the 80s. for the next 12 hours, trend nicely upward, however,topping out mainly in the upper 70s and low 80s, but we may see upper 80s and 90s. what can we expect for fourth of july. scatteredbptd showers, overcast skies and temperatures starting off in the mid to upper 70s. why so warm, because we have lots of clouds in the forecast tonight, so it will trap the"m@ daytime heating.
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by tomorrow, 5:00, we start to see the clouds developing and smou wers. now, i also think that we'll see some rounds of showers later on in the day, later in the evening. so that's something to be mindful of. i'll show you right now on the futurecast. we'll start this at 9:30 a.m. and notice we're seeing lots of clouds moving in quickly. right behind me, you start to see the green there move in, right into the delaware valley. i don't expect it to be a wash-out for today, and in fact, sta tort the day by tomorrow, however, there is a secondary low and that really is going to be the weathermaker. that's something to think about and you're following us on social media, you'll get more information on that. notice, as i continue to get this going, you're seeing oranges and yellows. that's something to be mindful of. we have an isolated thunderstorm tomorrow, i would say after 7:008:00 p.m. and then the system finally starts to clear by early tuesday, i would say maybe about 10:0011:00 a.m.,
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even though futurecast picks it up later. i think the system is moving a bit faster. so your ten-day outlook, a lot to talk about here, of course, what folto expect for tomorrow. the chances of thunderstorms late into tuesday and tracking a warm up by wednesday, and be sure you follow us for more information. back to you, rosemary. >> thank you. septa makes a move that could cause your commute longer on tuesday. but the decision about your safety. we'll have more on why 100 new train cars have been taken off the tracks. hello!
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that is not protocol manager jenna. that's ok bart, it is here. at td bank we do things differently, like having the longest hours of any bank. don't just bank. bank human. we've got trouble behind, rick. around they go. it was nascar under the lights at daytona on nbc 10 last
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night. this 22 car pile up slowed things down about halfway through the race. even a final spin out in front of him didn't stop brad keselowski from winning his first win of the day at daytona. it wouldn't be daytona without drama, right. here is the rest of your sunday morning sports. good morning to you. i'm danny pommel. let's hit the diamonds, fifth straight wins, facing the royals, aaron nola, trying to snap four straight starts. the bats helping him early on. michael franco, danny duffy has problems with it on the mound. peter bourjos comes in. top of the second, look at this. kendrick morales, takes nola deep, and i mean deep. three run shot, almost bangs off his face on the scoreboard. five run-inning. nola did settle in with three strong innings.
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gets morales. retired the last nine guys he faced. couldn't get much off duffy, though. he goes eight in the third, allowing two runs. they snap their four game winning streak. reason for optimism. >> i felt my old self-right there. i felt like that's what i'm used to doing and that's what i usually do, come in with the fastball and breaking ball and change up, so the last three innings are definitely a help for me. >> he wasn't happy i took him out, he had 94 pitches. so i was encouraged by it. >> we turn to hoops, practiced in utah but simmons, the top two draft picks weren't there. simmons hadn't signed his contract as of last night, but he did late last night. simmons place, and when he does, you can see it on all three
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summer league games tuesday against the celtics, thursday against the jazz, live on csn. first place union team visiting houston. this one scoreless and stoppage time, 0-0, with the free kick. yes, that's former union player, christian midana, as the union let one slip away. michael phelps already qualified for the medley and the butterfly for the rio olympics. last night he tried to add the 100 meter butter ply. 49.82 seconds wasn't easy for him in lane 7 after just enough to reap the finals after swimming the 200 im on fridays. he was fourth in the turn but finishes strong with the time oñ 51 seconds flat, two e0.2, who qualified. today in delaware county, you can find fun holiday
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activities at the ridley park lake. the patriots and the car show runs from 11:00 this morning until 4 this afternoon and food x(p welcome america is here, and there are plenty of free events. nbc's matt delucia is live. hey, math. >> rosemary, a lot of people at work right now, just about three hours until the block party begins. we'll run down all the fun for you, next. i'm tracking developing clouds and rain showers, what to expect for the fourth of july. details coming up on the other side of the break.
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again! we are off to another day of free fun, the whole family can enjoy this holiday weekend. here is a live look at independence mall where it will be packed with people, and live entertainment for the wawa block party this afternoon. after the fourth, when you go back to work, expect changes on your rails. septa is taking them off the tracks. we'll explain why. we've got to spend time talking about the weather. here is cape pay, a hazy start to the day. we do have showers in the forecast, plus it won't be a wash-out. good morning, this is


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